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If you look at how i have the pump sitting in the case the line that's shown going to the bottom video card would be the inlet port.
I will look in to it tonight hopefully Bitspower makes 1 to match the pump mod kit.

This should work....http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14208/ex-pmp-167/Bitspower_D5_MCP655_Pump_Mod_Top_V2_-_Acetal_G14_VersionBP-D5TOPP2-BK.html?tl=g30c107s156
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I am going to look in to some solutions for that tonight if not i will just have to figure out a way to run some tubing there as clean as possible.
But overall the loop design should be final and i thank you for that.

If only they sold these vertical holding brackets seperately ...
http://www.bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092610&kind2=7

I don't know if you're handy but you could have a go at making a support yourself.... some metal, a grinder, a small can of spray paint and a drill would be all you need (and a minimal amount of muscle to bend it). Would be a lot cheaper as well thumb.gif

EDIT:
If you want you could drill the bracket you currently have into the motherboard tray with the inlet facing upwards and perhaps a 30 or 45 degree fitting towards the GPUs . Would be quick and cheap but will require 4 holes in the inside of your case...

EDIT2: damn, the amount of choice you Americans have in watercooling gear drool.gif

EDIT3:
Addition to EDIT1: Strong velcro? Easy to attach and detach and no need to physically alter the case. But it would have to be high quality stuff ...
EDIT4:
FCPU actually has some, no idea about the quality though. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13224/ex-pmp-139/Pump_Reservoir_Mounting_Velcro_-_120mm_x_100mm.html?tl=g30c107s156#blank
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Thanks bro i just found it as well but in Acrylic which should look cooler with some fluid being circulated in it.

They say its a tight fit on there with compression fittings so i will need to order a few more barbs instead.

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Then maybe run 2 90 degree barbs off it -

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If only they sold these vertical holding brackets seperately ...
http://www.bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092610&kind2=7
I don't know if you're handy but you could have a go at making a support yourself.... some metal, a grinder, a small can of spray paint and a drill would be all you need (and a minimal amount of muscle to bend it). Would be a lot cheaper as well thumb.gif

I am trying to keep the pump in that location and avoid doing anything else custom because i am pissed already since i had to dremel 1 of my 5.25'' bays a little just to get the XSPC dual bay res to fit.

I might be able to go behind the case and come back in to the top of the pump or does that sound 2 restrictive ?

Edit - after doing a dry run i can come from the bottom video card to the top pump port in a clean fashion with ease.
Edited by nyk20z3 - 8/14/12 at 2:09pm
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I'm not exactly on top of the discussion on hand, but I saw the bit about the D5 top. Honestly, I think the only thing anyone should ever get for their D5 should be the casing and top that Bitspower puts out. They're gorgeous and clean, so if you're looking for more than just a top you should DEFINITELY check theirs out.

I have another thing: when it comes to video cards there really is no necessary outlet or inlet. I mean, it's kind of the same for everything other than the pump. I had my CPU block with the outlet being used as the inlet and the inlet being used as the outlet for four months and it worked perfectly fine, so don't worry about water block inlet/outlet business. If you ARE set on doing a double hose into the GPUs, which you totally can, you should use two of the Enzotech bridges so that you get maximised parallel (or is it serial?) flow.
 
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Few more items arrived today so i can run all the tubing tonight and finalize my drain plug design -

I switched from clear tubing to UV Green because it pops more

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Enzotech Drain Plug all together -

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I put in most of the tubing i am just trying to figure out the best way to get tubing from the bottom video card to the top of the pump -

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Started some leak testing today and so far after an hour nothing is leaking!

This is not the final loop design as far as the bottom gpu to the pump but i was getting anxious to finally leak test it so excuse that.

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I kind of feel like there should be more pressure/flow being pushed through the loop but i am only basing this off the movement of the liquid in the res -

The pump is at max speed btw

http://www.flickr.com/photos/36564231@N02/7825763912/in/photostream

EDIT - I also placed my Killcoil in the res and it looks like it was pulled towards the port feeding the pump so that also might be blocking flow a little.

Should i pull the killcoil out and place it in the tubing elsewhere ?
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After final loop design thoughts and pondering i placed another order tonight and this should be the last for a while -

Enzotech 90 Degree Rotary Compression Fitting ID1/2 - OD3/4 - Matte Black X2

EK-BAY SPIN Reservoir - Plexi - The XSPC 1 i have now is nice but just has a boring feel to it so i wanted something that will add more flare.

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Enzotech Stop Plug - Matte Black X3

MaxFinder Triple Braided 3-Pin Fan Extension Cable - 60cm Black - 3 Pack X2

4-Pin Molex Powe Adapter Cable w/ Remote On/Off Toggle Switch - 36" Sleeved

Sunbeamtech Rheosmart 6 Fan Controller - This have been out of stock every where for a while and i figure for the money they have great reviews so it should suit me well.

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Akasa PWM Fan Splitter Cable - 15cm X3 - So i can run 2 fans on each channel

Molex Extension Cable 36" Black Sleeved X2
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